Muster means farmers on web

by admin on March 20th, 2019

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The launch ofnbn’s second satellite,Sky Muster(TM)II, scheduled for Octoberwill have major benefits for local farmers who are in internet blackspots.
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Simon Barton and his family who live about 25kms from Wellington near Mt Bodangora and have never ending mobile and internet problems. He believes this is a game changer for his business and local farmers who have bad internet blackspots.

‘’We have been suffering in the past with internet non connection, the service dropping out, not performing at all so the new service will help our business here,’’

Taking off from French Guiana Space Centre in South America, the SKY musteris set to orbit 36,000km into the sky and is one ofthe world’s largest communications satellites, weighing in at 6,400kgs.

Following the successful launch ofnbn’s first satellite late last year,Sky Muster(TM)II publicity says it will provide additional datacapacity to support the delivery of the company’s world-leading satellite broadband service.

The technology will help bridge Australia’s digital divide for around 400,000 homes and businesses in regional andremote Australia by providing them with better access to distance online education and healthcare services aswell as the ability to run more efficient agribusinesses from our outback farms.

‘’The mobile blackspots we’ll keep plugging on with and trying to talk with pollies about these .But wedo use the internet everyday, we do online livestock selling, uploads video and photos of horses and stock to sell, internet banking, webinars and at last we can use the satellite to help business grow’’ Mr Barton said.

Alicia Garden, CEO of Grain Growers said it was time for her community to catch up with the rest of the country and she is excited.

“Grain Growers Limited represents grain farmers across Australia. Like any other business, grain farmersrequire fast, affordable, reliable internet connectivity to operate their enterprises to their potential. However,currently many farmers are not able to access connectivity comparable to their urban counterparts. Access to thenbn(TM)Sky Muster(TM)service signals a potential game-changer for grain growers. It will enhance connectivitystandards to improve the efficiency and profitability of Australian farming by changing the way farmers dobusiness – in particular their capacity to collect, analyse and apply agriculture data.”

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